Sofya Suslova

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A stimulating effect of methylethyl(silatrane-I-ilmethyl)-sulphonium iodides, 1-(ethoxy)silatranes and 1-(chloromethyl)silatrane on the processes of rat test acetate ulcer healing is studied. Silatranes efficiency is not inferior to oxyferriscorbone and exceeds that of methacil. It is shown that all preparations inhibit the processes of lipids peroxidation(More)
Dynamics of experimental acetate gastric ulcer healing and lipid peroxidation were studied in rat blood and gastric tissues after treatment with methyluracil. The drug was shown to stimulate reparation and to inhibit lipid peroxidation. The antiulcerogenous effects of methyluracil appear to involve the antioxidative mechanisms.
It has been demonstrated in rats with experimental gastric ulcer that 1-(chloromethyl) silatrane intensifies the development of granulation-fibrous tissue and favours optimization of the ratio of collagens and glycosaminoglycans, the main connective tissue biopolymers. Furthermore, 1-(chloromethyl) silatrane produces a more pronounced effect on(More)
Stimulating effect of I-ethoxy silatrane on healing of acetate derived stomach ulcer was studied in rats. The drug was shown to inhibit lipid peroxidation and free-radical oxidation in blood and gastric tissues as well as to accelerate reparation in ulcerous zone. I-Ethoxy silatrane interacted with artificial membranes and affected the respiration rate in(More)
Stimulating effect of 1-ethoxysilatrane on healing processes of experimental stomach ulcers was studied in rats. 1-ethoxysilatrane inhibited lipid peroxidation in blood and stomach wall tissues, interacted with artificial membranes, and affected the rate of mitochondrial respiration in liver. A hypothesis is put forward on the membranotropic effect of(More)
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